I spent way too much time on this, but it was so worth it. Eng 101 was an adventure, so how could I not draw it as a dungeon map?! The numbers represent the Sunday sketches we had to do while the “boss icons” represent an essay to project we had to do. As for… Continue Reading →Read more
Literacy Narrative, part 3 Over the course of the Literacy Narrative project, I seized many opportunities to revise both the alphabetic element of my writing, as well as comic itself. I am pleased with how it ultimately turned out, and look forward to engaging in similar work in the future. For this third part of …Read more
My Portfolio I thoroughly enjoyed working on the reflection letter for English 101 with Professor Morgen. Over the course of the semester, I had the chance to immerse myself in a wide variety of texts, and create some work of which I can truly be proud. In the following reflection letter, I examine how I …Read more
Writing can be a lot of fun sometimes. There are no rules as to what you can put down on a page, literally anything can happen. It’s just you, the laptop, the blank screen, and twenty six letters, prepared to test the limits of your imagination.
If there’s something I’ve discovered about myself, it’s that I often don’t like when I have to stop daydreaming and actually get some work done. The comparison essay between Stitches and Spinning was dauntingly long, not to ment…Read more
The best possible representation of my process as a writer could be nothing short of a small mess. It starts with every intention of making sense, as you can see with the center image, the first sketch I made for this class, and seems to progress with …Read more
And here we are at the last sunday sketch of the semester 😦 For this week, I created a battery that is energized from creativity. The energy source is an accurate representation of what fueled me on each assignment I completed this semester. Now that I’m 100% charged, I can take what I have learned … Continue reading Charged UP! →Read more